I thought this would make a beautiful anniversary card for some dear friends. I don't remember which cartridge I used to cut the hearts, but I believe I had to use two different carts to find both the scalloped edge and the straight edge. I used a variety of embossed paper, bling, ribbon and silk flowers. The words were computer generated.
Monday, May 25, 2009
Monday, May 18, 2009
Saturday, May 2, 2009
This is a card that I scrap-lifted from Kris Lancaster. She gave the cut sizes for the tulips, and I followed her cuts. I didn't have the same papers, nor did I use the corner scroll. I love the way the card turned out, I'll just be glad when I can do a card without having to "copy" someone elses. (I'm not very imaginative, at least when it comes to cutting out matting papers, and these cut items.) I'm so used to using software, and modifying the design with fussy-cutting, pop-dotting, glitter and other things.
This is the first anniversary card I did with Cricut and Cuttlebug. Of course, there's not much Cricut, but a little more of the embossing. I got the idea to color the bird and other items on the paper from seeing another person on the mb do so. I used the Prismacolor pencils without the Gamsol. The I added the pearls, the silk flower and found background paper that I felt went well with the project. Thanks for looking.
This is my first attempt at using the mcpt on a card. Of course, I've had to buy new stamps. Lol. I really like the House Mouse characters. I know I'll be buying more of these guys. I have a friend who isn't feeling well, so I thought this would be very appropriate. I cut out my frame from WC, I believe. Then I added paper embossed with Cuttlebug folders, a few flowers, borders and some lace. This would make me feel better.